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October 2020

Women’s Circle

'To reserve your place please message Emma on Instagram or Facebook @beeinthelous - We look forward to seeing you there xx **Places are limited due to current government legislation - however, please do register your interest as there will be a waitlist & I'm really happy re-share this offering a number of times with further smaller groups.** ...
02 Oct
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
£18
November 2020

Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip + Nick Degg, Poet

Postponed from 18th April due to the Coronavirus. “The best live act I’ve seen all summer” so said BBC 6Music presenter & music aficionado Gideon Coe. ~ “Port Eliot Festival wouldn’t be the same without Mik” says Port Eliot’s very own Micheal Eavis, Rick Worthy ~ & while we’re on the subject of Glastonbury, Mik Artistik has performed over 100 shows over the last 11 Worthy Farm Festivals, including last summer where, as always, the band performed multiple shows over a variety of stages, and last year was followed around by two camera crews from the BBC who covered Mik in their BBC2 Glastonbury footage ~ some people say their Glastonbury hasn’t started until they’ve seen an Ego Trip show, others just make sure they attend as many as they can! ...
06 Nov
8:30 pm
£12.00
March 2021

Simon Evans: The Work of the Devil

Postponed from 24th April due to the Coronavirus... Simon Evans: The Work of the Devil Simon Evans’ last show, Genius 2.0 (***** “A Masterclass” The Scotsman) provided an hilarious analysis of the departure of any visible sign of intelligence from modern life. But his new show raises the stakes, with his usual excoriating views of a world on fire given a perspective shift from personal revelations that turned his world upside down this year. ...
11 Mar
8:00 pm
Foxlowe Arts Centre
Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 6AD
£15/£13 (concession)
May 2021

IAN MCNABB (THE ICICLE WORKS) SOLO SHOW

In 1981 Ian formed The Icicle Works with Chris Sharrock (drums), and Chris Layhe (bass and vocals). They quickly gained a following through their debut single release, Nirvana, and extensive live performances up and down the country. The Icicle Works became part of the Liverpool renaissance movement of the eighties, alongside acts such as Echo And The Bunnymen, The Teardrop Explodes, WAH!, Heat, OMD, Black, Dead Or Alive, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Lotus Eaters, and China Crisis ...
07 May
£16.50
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